Early ripe, early rotten In 2010, online trading first appeared in Vietnam with some websites like muachung, nhommua, or hotdeal. Since then, people regardless of age or job have joined this trend to sell various kinds of merchandise, most of whom are the young. Statistics show that at the moment, around 23 million Vietnamese often purchase goods online, and this figure is expected to rise significantly since more than a half of the Vietnamese are Internet users. On average, each person spends 3 hours per day on the Internet, one – third of whom expend about $160 a year to buy goods there. The most favorite platforms for online shops are the social networks Facebook and Zalo. Normally, show owners do not need to register for any business permit or be under any censorship. All they have to do is to use their own mobile device to post an attractive status introducing the goods they want to sell, and then wait for an order. It seems the whole virtual trading world is in front of them within a few actions. After a certain chat and agreement between sellers and buyers, the shipper team takes responsibility for the last… Read full this story
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